Woodbury, NY (Vocus) June 10, 2010
When hotel’s General Manager, Franklin Manchester was asked why he believes folks choose The Inn At Fox Hollow year after year, he replied, “Our customer service philosophy is to go above and beyond for our guests. We simply provide our guests with a unique combination of accommodations, services and amenities that others just don’t offer. We provide our guests with a luxurious yet comfortable home-like environment. I would have to say that it’s ultimately the caring comfort we show them and provide them with. Basically, we treat them like family.”
"Just because you need to be away from home for an extended period doesn’t mean you have to compromise on comfort. As Long Island’s most respected upscale all-suite hotel, The Inn At Fox Hollow is the ideal residence with its luxurious accommodations and comprehensive array of complimentary amenities and quality services for extended stay guests". With the added value The Inn offers, luxury living has never been more affordable. From lengthy business trips or family gatherings, to home remodeling or relocation, The Inn goes Above and Beyond® mere luxury for the entire duration of your stay.
A full American breakfast buffet is served daily in the peaceful Hearth Room, along with a selection of four daily newspapers. A complimentary delicious dinner buffet, prepared Sunday through Thursday with an array of beverages, including wine and beer, as well as desserts, is sure to delight the palette. Snacks, drinks and gourmet coffee and teas are also provided around the clock with our compliments. Elegant dining and cocktails are also available adjacent to The Inn at Fox Hollow’s Rose Hunt Restaurant & Lounge for nights when you prefer to dine a la carte.
Most of the guests the Hotel accommodates have at one time or another lived on Long Island and still have many friends and family members in New York. Instead of couples trying to maintain two separate homes, one on the Island and one in Florida, they choose to sell their Long Island home and they essentially choose to call The Inn At Fox Hollow their home away from home.
Since The Inn At Fox Hollow opened in 2002 it has seen this particular market grow. Each year more and more people contact the Hotel to inquire about extended stay accommodations. The hotel’s Sales Manager, Nicole Zappulla states, “Many people are making this transition and the hotel is speaking with more and more couples making inquiry calls even before they make the move to Florida. Many make their reservations a year in advance to secure their accommodations and any special requests they may have.”
Perhaps Long Island has become too expensive for some or the change in seasons becomes more difficult for them to deal with. Whatever the reason may truly be, the call to head south appears to be stronger than ever but the need to return to one’s home appears to be just as strong if not stronger. After all, home is where the heart is!